Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Lady Gaga sued by Bratz Doll makers for $10 million

MGA Entertainment, the makers of Bratz Dolls, have launched a lawsuit against Lady Gaga and her management company for $10 million.

The BBC reports the toymakers have filed legal papers in New York saying the star caused "deliberate" delays to the release of a doll based on her image.

The company claims a Gaga doll was to due to be in stores for Christmas, but the pop star wanted the release held back to tie in with a new album, scheduled for release next year.

According to the breach of contract complaint, the singer acted in "bad faith" by withholding final approval for the doll.

Read more at the BBC here.

Gaga is currently on a break from her Born This Way Ball world tour; she launches the European leg August 14 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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